The GED Classes

GED classes prepare students to pass the five subject areas of the GED exam: Writing, Reading, Social Studies, Science, and Mathematics. Our course of study and materials are designed specifically to prepare you to pass the exam and earn your high school equivalency diploma. Classes are offered on campus and at affiliate sites.

GED Online

The same GED practice materials we use in the classroom are also offered online. Therefore, a busy schedule or travel will not hinder your progress. Online classes are available to those committed to study at home with necessary computer and internet capabilities..

Winston County Adult Education


Beginning May 6, 2015

Wednesday  8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.

Thursday 8:00 A.M. - 12:00 Noon & 4:00 - 8:00 P.M.

at Main Street Ministries

24911 Highway 195 Double Springs, Alabama


Free GED Practice Test
Free GED practice tests are available to determine your level of readiness for the test in each subject area. If you have recently withdrawn from school, you may want to take the GED practice test before scheduling the regular exam. The practice test will tell you if there are any areas that you need to work on before testing. We offer the practice test as a courtesy to students enrolled in our classes to gauge whether or not they are ready for the exam.
You must be at least 17 years old and not enrolled in a K-12 program to register for Adult Education and GED classes. Students may enter the program throughout the year by attending orientation.
GED Testing

GED Exam

For more information about scheduling a GED exam, call 256-352-8394.

Each GED graduate is eligible to receive one college credit course of up to three credit hours free of charge at Wallace State or any public two-year college in Alabama.

Free Materials

All of our classes and materials are free. The Adult Education Program is funded through federal and state Adult Education grants under the direction of the Alabama department of Postsecondary Education, Adult Education Program. Local donations and sponsorships are also encouraged.